Vintry House in Queen Street Place
Vintry House in Queen Street Place
Vintry House in Queen Street Place
View of the river elevation of Vintry House, Queen Street Place, City of London, seen from the River Thames with part of the northern end of Southwark Bridge. Vintry House was an Art Deco building, completed in 1930 and demolished in the 1980s; it had been earmarked for reduction for many years as it infringed on the St Paul's Cathedral heights limit.
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